Here's the blurb I sent the organizers that never, ever got used in any promotional material (i.e. social media posts). In fact, from what I saw, my panel wasn't promoted at all, other than being listed in the schedule. And they didn't even use the right title! Marvel(ous) Science: What the cinematic and comic universes… Continue reading Armageddon Expo (Auckland) 2019
I started rewatching the wonderful ATLA on Netflix - binging, of course - and made it to the penultimate episode of season 1 (aka Book 1) before I thought about any science no-nos. That's pretty impressive for a show that upholds the much-outdated idea that fire, water, air, and earth are elements. Anyway, here are… Continue reading Science Tangents: Avatar: The Last Airbender
I watched Amazon’s The Boys this week. So instead of the usual 60′s Marvel fare, here’s some tangential science relating to the superpowers featured in the show
My very first convention panels! (One on science in scifi and another on the MCU) I had a great time and ate way too much. Endless thanks to my dear friend Sasha for accompanying me.
Last year I was inspired to find random moments of science in several of the entries' lyrics. No one told me never to do it again, so here we go...
With the release of the following Deadline article, I'm allowed to say that I'm the Science Advisor for a new CW sci-fi show called Pandora: https://deadline.com/2019/05/pandora-priscilla-quintana-lead-cw-sci-fi-action-series-full-cast-1202607878/ They're filming in Bulgaria right now. I was invited to the set, but would have had to pay for the entire trip myself and that's not possible on a… Continue reading Science Advisor: Pandora
Last year I threw together a quick post talking about the differences between the MCU's Avengers: Infinity War and the original 90's series the Thanos Quest and the Infinity Gauntlet. This post shall have nothing of the sort, as I'm struggling to find anything similar other than the fact that everyone who gets snapped out of… Continue reading Throwing Stones at Marvel’s Endgame
The podcast doesn't have its own website, but you can find it on iTunes or any of your standard podcast apps. I'm the unofficial science correspondent - not in every episode, but many.
Purposefully ignoring all of Túrin's storyline...
I was a guest on a podcast for the first time ever. What!? Click here to be taken to the site's webpage. Or here to get the episode without any context? I don't know how these things work. They cut out the part where Yelena's internet dropped out in-between mentioning Friends and The Nanny, so we… Continue reading PodGuesting: AiPT Podcast #57: Science of X-Men